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First International Symposium on Tropical and Subtropical Fruits






Acta Horticulturae (57): 274

First International Symposium on Tropical and Subtropical Fruits

The following papers were among the 32 presented at the symposium held at Lima, Peru, 8-14 Feb., 1976:a. Nakasone, H. Y. Breeding and disease problems in some tropical and subtropical fruits with emphasis on papaya (125-133, 16 ref.).b. Bergh, B. O.; Zentmyer, G. A.; Whitsell, R. H.; Boswell, S. B.; Storey, W. B. Avocado rootstock breeding, especially in relation to Phytophthora (237-240, 4 ref.). Suggestions are included for controlling P. cinnamomi root rot.


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